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Welcome. We are Considering.Art

A new LIVE arts and cultural engagement network that’s as unique as you are. An online community of art lovers, educators, artists and makers awaits.

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DEC 08th 7PM ET / 4PM PT
Considering Art : Considering Momentum 

Sheena Rose’s paintings explode with motion and celebration. Figures pose, leap and dive through colorful courts and arenas in images that explore themes of victory, play and hope. Created in her studio in Barbados during 2021, Rose’s practice shifted in response to what she perceived as the heaviness of the pandemic as well as her own difficult experience living with lupus. Rose explains, “my journey through lupus has shaped and navigated my art in new directions and dimensions, further pushing me to discover more about myself.”

In this tour, we embark on some close looking. Together we ask: What do you see?

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DEC 01st 7PM ET / 4PM PT
Considering Art : Considering Generations 

Ofunne Azinge’s work draws from various aspects of her life including the socio-political effects of migration, nostalgia and the complexities of her upbringing. Her large-scale paintings combine the use of her unique image transfer method, figures painted in a mixture of black/blue/purple hues, compilations of symbols from various generations draw the attention of a wide range of audiences to experience her work.

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NOV 24th 7PM ET / 4PM PT
Considering Art : Considering Parts 

Jack Sutherland’s paintings are about the human condition. Frustrating, humorous, nihilistic, silly moments taking place within the theatre of the absurd. Explorations of bodily anxiety and trepidation are paired with fizzing and playful use of colour to create work that prods at the soft underbelly of the uncanny.

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Unlike a typical museum / gallery tour experience, here at Considering.Art™ - it’s not really about us, we are more interested in you. Your ideas. Your way of seeing. Your thinking. 🙌 

Never recorded and each one unique, our interactive and explorative video tours last 90 mins in duration, and are facilitated LIVE by your very own museum guide.
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With a focus on contemporary and modern art, together we aim to explore some of the most pressing issues of today - bringing thoughts, feelings, and observations into a lively and sometimes challenging exchange.

During these extraordinary times, we believe in the power of art and community as a means of building a more equitable, inclusive and just future.

Tours are free, open to all and scheduled Wednesdays LIVE at 7PM ET/4PM PT.